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Monster Rally, "Surf Erie"

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End-of-summer vibes abound in this vid from Tyler Coray, shot in the Pacific Northwest woods

Ever been to Lake Crescent? Us neither. But now we want to... badly. The lake, found on Olympic Peninsula in Washington state, is where director Tyler Coray shot this newly-released Monster Rally video, a short and sweet clip of young people romping around the Northwest backwoods. It's a beautiful, vaguely melancholic reminder that summer is over. "Surf Erie" comes off of MR's Deep......read more

Bat for Lashes, "Lilies"

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Monsters star alongside Natasha Khan in this fantastical new video

If you were into Where the Wild Things Are, you'll love the new video for "Lilies," the ornate art-pop opener from Bat For Lashes' Haunted Man LP.  The playful clip features a group of monsters who chill and throw down some dance moves alongside singer Natasha Khan, who sports a black bikini and an impressive set of abs. Meanwhile, Khan creates stop-motion landscapes with her breath, barfing......read more

Monsters of Folk "Dear God"

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Director Laura Faggioni gets cosmic for indie supergroup.

The video for "Dear God," the soulful first single from Monsters of Folk, featuring Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes), M. Ward (She and Him), and Jim James (My Morning Jacket), is a kaleidoscopic affair. Directed by Laura Faggioni, the semi-animated film opens with a view of earth from space, zooming down on a man laid out on the ground. The perspective then goes microscopic, into the......read more

Plastic Bag Monster

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Terror in the streets of Ljubljana.

Oh, the horror! It's our worst nightmare, in the flesh—errr, plastic. The Plastic Bag Monster is a public art project by The Miha Artnak in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Created from 40,000 plastic bags and 7,500 discarded plastic cups collected from the local schools around the city, the Plastic Bag Monster delivers a metaphorical statement on pollution and waste.  "Plastic Bag Monster......read more

Standing Bowl by Fort Standard

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American-made, sand cast aluminum bowl with architecturally inspired planar legs $84.00

We first became aware of Brooklyn-based design studio Fort Standard via their amazing geometric brass bottle openers. We checked back in recently to discover that the two-man operation has expanded its home product line to include these architecture-inspired standing bowls. Made of sand cast aluminum, the clean, understated bowls are elevated off the table surface by upright planar......read more

Lumio Book Lamp

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Max Gunawan's LED lamp design is an open book--literally $160.00

When closed the Lumio Book Lamp appears as a simple hardcover book. Once you open it up, an accordion-style LED lamp is revealed. The "pages" of the book act like a lamp shade, softening and warming the glow of the 500-lumen LED modules. The flexible design has a number of applications--think table lamp, wall sconce, ceiling pendant, or accent light. For the cover, you can choose from three......read more

Lighten Up: Brazilian Girls

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Eco-awareness comes naturally for a band with a global sound.

Described by Variety as "the only dance band that matters," Brazilian Girls (actually three guys and a girl, none of whom is Brazilian) have an eclectic, multilingual sound that fuses electro, samba, salsa, reggae and jazz. With such a global approach to music, it comes as no surprise that the New York City quartet is keenly aware of the impact their shows have on the planet. SHFT's Lighten Up......read more

Teroforma Whiskey Stones

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Scotch on the rocks. Literally. $20.00

Any serious single malt enthusiasts will tell you, "No ice, ever." So what to do to chill your scotch? Teroforma's all natural Whiskey Stones answer the call. Milled in Vermont by the oldest soapstone workshop in the US, Whiskey Stones are ideal for chilling your favorite spirit without diluting its flavor. Just add three chilled stones to your next dram, let stand for five minutes and enjoy.......read more

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